PKK reportedly may withdraw its militants from Turkey.

By bne IntelliNews November 4, 2010
Daily Sabah reports that following a decision to extend a unilateral ceasefire until the general elections, the terrorist organisation PKK now considers withdrawing its militants from Turkey into northern Iraq. According to the daily, a delegation from pro-Kurdish party BDP travelled to northern Iraq to have talks with local Kurdish authorities to secure a safe passage for PKK militants into northern Iraq. Jailed leader of the PKK, Abdullah Ocalan, has called on the PKK to extend the ceasefire and withdraw its militants from Turkey, the daily reports.

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